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What "waste"

So gas for cooking and heating has been produced from human waste. Brilliant...
This must surely give rise to every cliche, joke, pun and dubious comment in numbers to surely rival a certain other thread...
Either that or it will go straight down the pan!!
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Re: What "waste"

heh, heh, what's for dinner?
Midnight_Caller
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That stuf that hit BT's Fan.  Grin
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Hey! thanks for coming to the rescue guy's, thought this thread had gone down the tubes. But now I'm flushed with success...
Experience; is something you gain, just after you needed it most.

When faced with two choices, simply toss a coin. It works not because it settles the question for you. But because in that brief moment while the coin is in the air. You suddenly know what you are hoping for.
pierre_pierre
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Re: What "waste"

Just watching a food program on Chan 4, there is a bit about a super milk farm, it produced 100000 litre of slurry a day, that is one hell of a lot of gas
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@Petlew, What roil flushed as Queen Victoria was with the crapper?  She was not amused wen the preverbal hit her court yard.   Grin
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Flushed With Success
[quote="Never have so many owed so much to one almost-forgotten inventor"]
by: William Ecenbarger of Purdue University
Thomas Crapper has been robbed of his good name. He has become the butt of jokes. His achievement has been lost in the lore of Latrinalia. The end result is that Thomas Crapper, the man who did more than any other to clear the air of the Western world, is in danger of being forgotten. His place in posterity hangs by the barest of threads. History is in arrears on this matter of Thomas Crapper. It is time to get to the bottom of this great historic slight and make Thomas Crapper a household name as he deserves. Consider, first, the magnitude of his achievement. The flush toilet, or water closet, as it is called in Crapper’s homeland, changed the course of history by allowing society to live with itself. It is more than valves and arms and floats that hiss and gurgle; the flush toilet is the very symbol of modern civilization. It has done more for public health than all the doctors since Hippocrates. Life without the water closet is, for most of us, a horror beyond imagination, so unspeakable and unacceptable that we cannot conjure up the prospect.

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Quote from: Petlew
Hey! thanks for coming to the rescue guy's, thought this thread had gone down the tubes. But now I'm flushed with success...

On a roll, eh?
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Yes, I'm quite relieved.
Experience; is something you gain, just after you needed it most.

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this whole thread stinks.
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